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GRAPHING & WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS WORD PROBLEMS with Graphic Organizer
Get your students successfully GRAPHING & WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS with these PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS.
Benefits of Problem Solving Graphic Organizers:
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Writing Linear Equations for Word Problems Related to Teens!
Do you want your middle school students engaged in "writing linear equations" for "word problems they really care about? Do you want an activity that is ready to go in which your students will be highly engaged?

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This Linear Word Problems TASK CARDS Differentiated Activity features 20 unique task cards that can be tiered into 2 sets for differentiation.This activity can be used in small groups or individually. Place task cards in stations or keep students stationary and have them pass the cards around!
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Great for partners or math centers. 12 Word problems and their equations and solutions. Match each word problem to its corresponding equation. Students then solve the equation and match it to its solution. There are fake equations included if you would like to give your students more of a challenge.

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SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS WORD PROBLEMS with Graphic Organizer
Get your students successfully understanding and solving SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS real-world word problems with these PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS.
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Ten word problems dealing with linear equations, beginning with simple equations and leading into multi-step problems with some extraneous information.
Problems are presented in both a worksheet format, or as task cards which may be cut apart to use in group situations.
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Students will use word problems to write and solve equations. Some of the problems involve money and decimals. Some of the problems include fractions. There are eight sets of cards and four problems are in each set. The problems are of various difficulty. Make sure these problems are appropriat

The purpose of this activity is to encourage students to think about what they are solving for before trying to solve. Many times, students scramble to create an equation without putting thought into why those numbers are used in the order they are intended. This activity gives students a real-worl

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Write a Linear Equation Word Problems is a super fun way to engage students in practicing how to write a linear equation from a word problem. Perfect for Algebra and Pre-Algebra students. One set of cards has word problems, the other set of cards has equations to match. This set addresses common co

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This is a Unit for an Algebra 1 course. The Unit contains worksheets as handouts that can be used as notes plus additional practice worksheets for many of the lessons. We start by translating verbal situations in algebraic expressions, then delve into solving all types of linear equations, from ba

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Writing Linear Equations from Word Problems
This includes 16 Index cards that you are able to cut out and distribute.
Get students to learn how to write linear equations from word problems.
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- TE w/answers
- Blank Cards, so the students are able to create new word problems
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This product was created to help teach students how to write linear equations from word problems. The problems are two-step equation problems. Often, it is difficult for students to learn this skill/concept.
The product starts with an example that the teacher may model for the student. All probl

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This activity requires students to interpret linear equation word problems and graph the equation the students create from the word problem. The students also are required to explain what each variable, coefficient, or constant represent in the linear equation.

My Algebra students struggle with solving word problems. I found that using the acronym RULES really helped them keep things straight. Now that we have established the procedure, this same framework helped us learn inequalities, linear equations, and systems of equations. The steps are:
R- read the

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This packet contains 25 step by step problems for writing the equations of lines using slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form.

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These notes accompany my RULES for linear equation powerpoint (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/RULES-for-Solving-Linear-Equation-Word-Problems-Powerpoint-1048986) and contain more examples to go through with students and to have them practice.
These notes outline each step of the process

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This worksheet has 13-14 different linear systems problems (perimeter/area problems, basic slope/intercept problems, movie ticket problems, mixture/solution problems). There's enough variety here to keep the students thinking and challenged.
There are two formats that I have included. The first

This foldable book contains six word problems. It guides the student in writing the linear equation by having them identify the initial amount, determine whether the measured value is increasing or decreasing, and identify the rate of change.

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Solve an Equation Word Problems: Practice and Review(CCSS.8.EE.C.7b.U.11) is a great way to practice, review and assess students' understanding of how to solve equations from word problems (CCSS.8.EE.B.7b.U11). One set of cards has word problems. The other set has solutions to match. Students mat

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These notes help apply linear equations to real-world application problems. Students practice writing a function from a word problem, graphing the function, identifying domain and range and interpreting the context of the problem. These are formatted for interactive notebooks and even include areas

This activity is good for students to do in groups. The students are required to come up with linear equations from a given word problem in slope-intercept form as well as standard form. Then students need to identify the x-intercept, y-intercept, and slope as well as explain what they each represe

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This assignment requires students to create a linear equation based on either a word problem, graph, or table of values. Students are given either the equation, word problem, graph, or table of values and have to fill in the remaining three representations.

In this concept-developing discovery worksheet, students follow step-by-step instructions to write and solve two-step equations given word problems. Students will understand how to define the variable and how to organize the important information that is given. Then students apply their knowledge

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This handout provides students with systems of linear equations word problems to practice. This hand-out also supports students' understanding by providing them the scaffolding of lines to set up the word problem by identifying the variables and two linear equations prior to solving.

These tasks cards are word problems for linear equations. I have found it is very hard to find basic linear equation word problems online so I made so up on these task cards that I use with my students. There are 15 tasks cards with real world situations that students can relate to. There is two

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Students are required to break down linear equation word problems, by determining the equation from context, explaining each variable of the equation and what it represents, as well as graphing the equation. This forces students to understand each piece of what they are graphing instead of just memo

This project was created for my Functions A class. The project contains real life types of problems where students need to write a linear equation based on the information in the problem. Additionally, they need to identify the independent and dependent variables, create a table of values, graph the

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After introducing R.U.L.E.S. for solving linear equation word problems using the powerpoint and handout also available in my store, I walked students through a guided example on this sheet to revisit the idea. I released them to work on two problems independently and then had them do the included pr

This product includes 2 versions of this game..a winter version & a spring version.
My students love this game. It is a fun interactive way to review any topic, especially a difficult topic like Word Problems. The class is split into 2 to 4 teams. The question button is clicked bringing up

This activity provides teachers with 6 stations and an answer key for solving linear equation word problems. Stations will need to be printed and placed around the classroom for students to solve. These word problems include three questions apiece, one of those questions requiring students to buil

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This system of linear equations scaffold notes demonstrates how to develop two equations from a word problem and solve. Examples include using the elimination method and the substitution method. Students are introduced to using a table to develop the equations.

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This product is similar to my other product called Writing Linear Equations from Word Problems Step-by-Step. This product using a tabular graphic organizer to help students develop the equations representing the word problem situation. All of the equations will have a y-intercept and a slope.
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This homework or practice assignment requires students to write and graph linear equations for given word problems. Students are also asked to interpret different parts of the equation in terms of the word problem context. Finally, students must also write linear equations given a graph of a line.

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Writing Linear Equations from Word Problems II
This includes 16 Index cards that you are able to cut out and distribute. (different than previous cards)
Get students to learn how to write linear equations from word problems.
Also includes:
- TE w/answers
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Do you want to give students a chance to boost their grade? Do you like to give your students choice when solving problems? Are you looking for a vacation assignment? Then this the perfect activity for you. This take-home test includes 15 word problems, from which they can choose 10 problems to solv

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This activity requires students to analyze word problems and create a system of linear equations to represent the word problem. Students are then required to find a solution to the system, graph the system, and check the solution.

This is a reference sheet explaining how to interpret word problems and then model the situation with a linear equation. Examples are provided for several types of word problems. Indy is a dog character who educates and entertains.

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Aligned with Common Core Standards. These word problems require students to set up a linear equation in order to solve.

Aligned with Common Core Standards. These word problems require students to set up a linear equation in order to solve.

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This worksheet allows for students to develop their own system of linear equations word problem.
It steps them through the process of determining an idea for a story that could relate two quantities to each other, creating and solving the equations, and writing the actual paragraph.
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Word problems for students learning to write linear equations in slope-intercept form.

This activity allows students to create systems of linear equations from word problems, create a table and graph to model their system, and answer questions involving their system of linear equations. This can be used as an introduction to systems of linear equations by graphing.
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I use this word problem work sheet as an opening warm up with my algebra I students. It's good for practice writing equations in two variables, and then graphing the lines that represent real life situations.

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This product has 8 word problems that the students write 2-step linear equations for with some prompting. After the equation has been written, the problems have the students use the equation to answer a question and to consider if the answer makes sense.
This is a good product to use alone or afte

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This activity can be used as class work or homework. It requires students to graph linear equations based on tables, equations, and word problems.

Based on practice problems from state testing (Ohio - AIR - Algebra 1). Used as homework assignment after notes on similar word problems. Great for Algebra 1 word problems. Three pages of problems total - eleven problems. I actually use this as two separate assignments in my own classroom as student

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Writing and Solving Linear equation word problems. 8 problems. Detailed key included.

In this activity, students are asked to create an equation given a real-world scenario. They must then graph the equation and label the slope and y-intercept. From the graph, students must determine a solution and write that solution as a full sentence. Finally students are asked a question about

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Worksheet includes 8 problems. Students will be asked to identify variables, equations and the solution. Help cards are available for struggling students. Key is included. Could be used as an INB activity.

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6 word problems requiring students to write and solve a linear equation. Detailed key included.

This is a version of the test comprised of all word problems that result in a linear equations. I have several versions of this.

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This product includes 8 questions in which students must write and graph equations in slope intercept form.

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